Columbia RecordsDavid Bowie may be gone, but his musical achievements continue. He and his last album, Blackstar, have been nominated for five Grammys, including Best Rock Song and Best Alternative Music Album.

Bowie died just two days after releasing the critically acclaimed Blackstar. The title track has earned the late legend nods for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song, and the album itself is up for Best Alternative Album, where its competition includes discs by PJ Harvey, Iggy Pop, Bon Iver and Radiohead. Blackstar also is up for Best Recording Package and Best Engineered Album Non-Classical.

Other rock nominees include Metallica, whose song “Hardwired” is up for Best Rock Song, and The Beatles, sort of: Ron Howard‘s documentary about the Fab Four, Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years, is up for Best Music Film. Peter Gabriel is up for Best Song Written for Visual Media for “The Veil,” which he wrote for the movie Snowden.

Paul McCartney‘s reissue of his album Tug of War is up for Best Boxed or Special Edition Limited Package, while a newly rremixed version of his 1973 song “Nineteen Hundred Eighty-Five” done by Timo Maas and James Teej is in the running for Best Remixed Recording.

Finally, Bob Dylan, who’s already won a Nobel Prize this year, is up for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for his disc of standards, Fallen Angels. Bizarrely, his competition includes Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Josh Groban and opera star Andrea Bocelli. In addition, the Collector’s Edition of Dylan’s archival box set The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12 is up for Best Historical Album.

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